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Spectrometers Could Improve Point-of-care Patient Diagnosis
PURSPEC Technologies Inc., whose miniature spectrometers may improve medical diagnosis and patient compliance by reducing the time needed to analyze samples, has opened offices in the Purdue Research Park.

Researchers are a step closer to harnessing single pulses of light called solitons, using tiny ring-shaped microresonators, in findings that could aid efforts to develop advanced sensors, high-speed optical communications and research tools.

Purdue Mechanical Engineering alumnus builds business around family, strong work ethic and philanthropy.

A College of Engineering professor Sarah Calve was the first Purdue faculty member to receive the National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award.

Elijah Sindelar is focused on power systems in his engineering studies and on the football field.

The last 10 years have witnessed an unprecedented revolution in the domestic supply of shale hydrocarbon reserves with the potential to lower the cost of our nation’s electricity, power, chemicals and fuels for the next 100 years.

David Kish will oversee operations, maintenance and functioning of the new Engineering Flex Lab facilities with an overarching emphasis on safety.